Welcome to Abbey Gardens, a community garden in West Ham
surrounding part of the ruins of a
12th century abbey.

There are free garden club sessions and new gardeners are always welcome. The garden is open to visitors from dawn till dusk.


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Gardening sessions take place on
Tuesdays 1pm-3pm
Thursdays 4pm-7pm
Saturdays 10am-4pm

COME AND HELP PLANT A FRUIT TREE

Karen introducing the tree planting session
Karen Guthrie introducing the tree planting session at Abbey Gardens. You can see more pictures of the event on the Abbey Gardens Flickr page

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Sat Feb. 6th, 10.30am – 3.30pm

Friends of Abbey Gardens and artists Karen Guthrie and Nina Pope invite you to join them for their first gardening event of 2010 – the planting of 30 young fruit trees at Abbey Gardens in Bakers Row.

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photo:Nina Pope

Abbey Gardens, Bakers Row, London E15 3NF
Volunteers are advised to bring lunch and to wear stout shoes and warm clothes including gloves. Tools are provided. New participants for 2010 are always welcome
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What Will The Harvest Be? is a garden where anyone may learn about, grow and harvest organic vegetables, fruit and flowers. You can give as much or as little time and energy as you can spare or just come and visit. There are plenty of events. Abbey Gardens surround part of the ruins of a 12th
Century Cistercian abbey.

Started by local residents who formed Friends of Abbey Gardens, the project What Will The Harvest Be? was devised by artists Karen Guthrie & Nina Pope of Somewhere.org.uk

Open to visitors every day from dawn to dusk.
See websites for details of gardening sessions.
www.abbeygardens.org
www.whatwilltheharvestbe.com

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CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE PDF FLYER FRUIT TREE PLANTING EVENT